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  1. Hellebores

    Hellebores
    A little bit about hellebores Got a shady outdoor spot in need of colour? Hardy hellebores are a delightful way to brighten it up. Hellebores feature beautiful, open flowers ranging from lime green and mauve, to white, dusty pink and crimson. As a clump-forming plant, hellebores are great for propagation and given the right care, can last for many years...
  2. Clivia

    Clivia
    Botanical name: Clivia miniata Common names: Clivia or Kaffir Lily A little bit about Clivia Originally from South Africa, Clivias grow happily in most areas of Australia, brightening gardens from late winter to early spring. Clivia have strappy, dark green leaves and orange trumpet flowers propped above them on a stalk. There are now also different varieties of Clivia available that produce red-orange, yellow and cream flowers and bi-colour varieties...

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